The distinctive cliffs of Cape Campbell stretch around Clifford Bay, with the lighthouse (first installed in 1870) visible on the furthest headland. The bay opens into Cook Strait. South of the cape, the eastern coast of the South Island turns sharply south-west, following the general alignment of fault lines that have shaped much of the terrain.
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Photograph by Lloyd Homer
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